By Jay Skurski
The New York Jets' injury report reads like one you'd expect to find mid-season, with 15 players on the list.
Here's how it breaks down:
Missing practice Thursday were safeties Eric Smith and LaRon Landry. Smith isn't expected to play because of hip and knee injuries, but Landry just had a pre-determined rest day, according to Jets beat writer Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.
Limited in practice were tight end Dustin Keller (hamstring), offensive lineman Brandon Moore (hip), linebacker Bryan Thomas (ankle) and defensive linemen Sione Pouha (back) and Mike Devito (calf).
Keller told the Star-Ledger he expects to play, as did running back Joe McKnight, who was a full participant.
Rookie wide receiver Stephen Hill, who was named the team's No. 2 receiver Wednesday, was an addition to the injury report today, with a calf problem.